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EPAńˇ╗s Boiler MACT: Controlling Emissions of Hazardous Air Pollutants
James E. McCarthy (au)
On Dec. 2, 2011, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Admin. Lisa Jackson signed proposed revisions to the EPAńˇ╗s recently promulgated Maximum Achievable Control Tech. standards for boilers (the ńˇýBoiler MACTńˇŁ). Publication of the proposed revisions in the Federal Register on Dec. 23 began a 60-day public comment period, after which EPA will complete reconsideration of the rule. The Boiler MACT standards being reconsidered were promulgated March 21, 2011, to meet the requirements of Section 112 of the Clean Air Act, but EPA stayed implementation of the requirements until it completes the reconsideration process. There is widespread interest in the ruleńˇ╗s requirements and their potential effects, because boilers are used as power sources throughout industry and for power or heat by large commercial establishments and institutions as well. This report discusses the Boiler MACT, as well as three related rules that EPA promulgated at the same time, dealing with smaller ńˇýarea sourceńˇŁ boilers and with commercial and industrial boilers that burn solid waste (the ńˇýCISWIńˇŁ and solid waste rules), which have also been controversial. Like the Boiler MACT, the CISWI rule was stayed by EPA, pending reconsideration. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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